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The First Gentleman   

Belasco Theatre, (4/25/1957 - 5/18/1957)
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Opening Date: Apr 25, 1957    
Closing Date: May 18, 1957 Total Performances: 28

Category: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway


Production Staff
Produced by Alexander H. Cohen and Ralph Alswang; Produced in association with Arthur C. Twitchell, Jr.
Written by Norman Ginsbury
Directed by Tyrone Guthrie
Scenic Design by Ralph Alswang; Costume Design by Motley; Lighting Design by Ralph Alswang; Hair Design by Ernest Adler
General Manager: Robert Alex Baron
Stage Manager: Rex Partington and Jon Wiley
Clarinet: Emory Davis; Harpsichord: Abba Bogin; Violin: Isidor Lateiner; Cello: Madeline Foley
Press Representative: Harvey Sabinson, David Powers and B.J. Westman
Cast
Wesley Addy
Mr. Henry Brougham
Joyce Ballou
Princess Mary
The Regent's Sister
Dario Barri
Footman
Helen Burns
Lady Conyngham
Ludi Claire
Mrs. Griffths
Phena Darner
Servant to Claremont House
Clarence Derwent
The Bishop of Salisbury
Peter Donat
Prince Leopold
Of Saxe-Coburg
Edward Dunne
Guest
Isobel Elsom
Caroline, Princess of Wales
The Regent's Wife
MacGregor Gibb
Guest
Robert Goodier
Edward, Duke of Kent
The Regent's Brother
Frances Greet
Princess Elizabeth
The Regent's Sister
Sally Kemp
Guest
Curt Lowens
Footman
John Milligan
William
Hereditary Prince of Orange
James Neylin
Servant to Caroline
Le Roi Operti
Prince Regent's Dresser
Rex Partington
Footman
Edmund Roney
Footman
Rossana San Marco
Guest
Dorothy Sands
Miss Cornelia Knight
Maud Scheerer
Charlotte, Queen of England
The Regent's Mother
Earl Simmons
Guest
Walter Slezak
The Prince Regent of England
Guy Spaull
Sir Richard Croft
Inga Swenson
Princess Charlotte
The Regent's Daughter
Jon Wiley
Guest
Meg Wyllie
Princess Augusta
The Regent's Sister
Tony Award®
winner 1958 Best Costume Design [winner]
Motley
Theatre World
winner 1957 Award [recipient]
Peter Donat
winner 1957 Award [recipient]
Inga Swenson
   
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